People with impaired mobility have been taken into account in the Serlachius Museums.
Accessible Art Museum Gösta
At Art Museum Gösta, people with physical disabilities can park close to the museum entrance, in reserved parking spaces located in front of the manor.
Inside the building, walkways have been made wheelchair-accessible, and in the pavilion people can use the lift to access the different floors. Unfortunately, not all modern wheelchairs can fit in the lift to the second floor, as many of the manor’s facilities were completed in the 1930s.
Combined toilets for the disabled and nursery facilities are situated on the entrance floor of the pavilion. Art Museum Gösta also has a toilet for the disabled in the manor and on the ground floor of the pavilion, accessible by lift.
An induction loop has been installed on the exhibition premises and in Kivijärvi Hall.
Accessible Gustaf in the centre of Mänttä
The façade of the Museum Gustaf will be renovated 3 Apr–31 Nov 2017. Due to the renovation work, the ramp at the northern side of the building cannot be used. The main entrance of the museum has been equipped with a temporary ramp. People with impaired mobility need, however, assistance in order to be able to enter the building. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Internal passageways are dimensioned to suit wheelchairs, as are the lifts connecting the different floors.
In the auditorium there is an induction loop. The toilet facilities for disabled / baby care room are on the entrance floor.
The exhibitions in Gustaf are designed to be multi-sensual: they are not just to be looked at, but also to be touched and listened to. Audio stories make you aqcuainted with history.
We loan personal aids
The museums have a wheelchairs, children´s strollers, walking stick, walking aid and folding chairs, which visitors can borrow.
Our staff at your service
Our staff are trained to assist visitors with impaired mobility and senses. We hope to receive information on forehand, if there are several people that need special services in your group. This way they can receive best possible service during their whole museum visit.